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Old 02-29-2012, 10:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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While the weather is definitely weird this WINTER in southern Ohio..... I sure enjoyed today. I left work at 5PM enjoying the 70 degree sunny FEBRUARY weather with my top down. Anybody else enjoying a mild winter in you area?
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While the weather is definitely weird this WINTER in southern Ohio..... I sure enjoyed today. I left work at 5PM enjoying the 70 degree sunny FEBRUARY weather with my top down. Anybody else enjoying a mild winter in you area?
I had the top down last week in SC but it's raining now. Going drag racing tomorrow
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Good for you, Ohio. Its snowing sideways in Northern Colorado, and its coming your way...
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Here in north Texas we just decided to skip winter altogether this year. Most of February was 60's and 70's, even a few days that reached into the 80's. Great for riding topless, I just hope it doesn't translate into another record-setting summer...
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79 out my way, top down at lunch today, cold snap due to hit tomorrow though, dipping well into the 60's
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Its a zipper up day here ! We're getting the mild weather on Wednesday / Thursday
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Spent a few hours going topless yesterday. The great thing about DFW is that there's always an opportunity to go topless. This year has been unusually warm.
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Do I in south Florida need to say anything about top down driving??
IN ANY MONTH: No didn't think so...
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Do I in south Florida need to say anything about top down driving??
IN ANY MONTH: No didn't think so...
That goes mostly for NW Florida too. Although we do have the occasional cold snap here: highs in the high 30's low 40's and lows below freezing, I've driven with the top down at least 6 or 7 days a month all winter .
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It's a blistering 64 out here, but definately top down weather for me while
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